More questions from DAP’s Thulsi

Buntong assemblywoman Thulsi Manogaran bombarded opposition coalition with more questions in view of the Kuala Kubu Baharu by-election.

“Only about 6 days left until election day.

“Until now, we still have to guess about the PN manifesto,” asked the DAP lawmaker via X.

“Here, I list a few more questions. If anyone from PN, including the KKB candidate, dares to answer.

“Does the PN candidate owe money to loan sharks? If yes, how much and why?

“Why is the PN candidate afraid to meet with journalists?

“Does the PN candidate support vernacular schools?

“Has the PN candidate met with the Indian community in KKB and asked about the issues they face?

“How does PN intend to solve the issues faced by the Indian community in KKB?” she questioned via an X post. 

In the post, Thulsi claimed the PN candidate doesn’t answer questions, avoids journalists, lacks a manifesto, and more.

“KKB voters can judge for themselves; PN only throws religious and racial rhetoric; they don’t care about the people of KKB.

“Mature politics means candidates must tell what they will do so voters can judge.

Only DAP’s Pang Sock Tao, also known as Xiao Tao has released a manifesto, said Thulsi. 

“I want to emphasize again, while national issues are important, KKB voters need to see who can help them solve local problems,” she said in X. 

Thulsi ended the post by saying that Kuala Kubu Bharu (KKB) voters can judge for themselves. 

“Voters can judge for themselves. 

“Vote for the unity government candidate,” she said via X post. 

Earlier, it was reported that Thulsi raised questions about Perikatan Nasional’s policies for the Kuala Kubu Baharu seat in the upcoming by-election scheduled for May 11, on the X platform.

DAP’s Pang Sock Tao, Bersatu’s Khairul Azhari Saut, PRM’s Hafizah Zainuddin, and Independent candidate Nyau Ke Xin are set to engage in a four-cornered contest during the Kuala Kubu Bharu by-election on May 11.

This by-election was triggered by the passing of its three-term incumbent, Lee Kee Hiong of the DAP.

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